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This movie is part of the collection: Feature Films
Director: William Nigh
Producer: Dorothy Davenport
Production Company: Monogram Pictures Corporation
Audio/Visual: sound, b&w
Keywords: Romantic, Comedy
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Subject: Storyline great
I love this storyline. And the spoiled brat thing. :) Reminds me of It Happened One Night and The Moon's Our Home in some ways :) It was a little slow in the middle though.
Subject: Future Green Hornet!
Great characters and dialogue, thoroughly enjoyable! Four years later Warren Hull(the husband) would play the Green Hornet and Anne Nagel(the wife) would play his secretary.
Subject: a bride
Forgot I had seen it before, enjoyed it a second time around as well.
Ann Smithy -
Subject: Fun, fun, funny
I highly recommend this clever film. I thought it was a brillant twist on how to get married. So many movies on marriage, but none like this one. From the first it was captivating and I
am not one interested in marriage ceremonies. I
can tell you it caused a giggle or two. Interesting resort and picnic case. The lines are full with wit. I could go on, but I'll just encourage you do watch, or forever hold your peace.
Subject: Pretty Good Little Movie
I liked this movie. The acting was good and the production values were high. I'd like to stay at the place where they filmed it. It looks like a nice resort. The movie had a good brisk pace and better than average directing for a B flick. Ann Nagel was, despite being a brat in the movie, sort of cute. In real life, Nagel had an unhappy life marred by her first husband committing suicide. She died at age 50 from cancer.
Subject: Love is blind
This screwball romantic comedy has two debonair types (Warren Hull & Henry Mollison) in hot pursuit of spoiled brat Anne Nagel. Fast-paced fun with dialog to match, but you really have to wonder why anybody would want to marry this dame. Well directed. Good production values for a second-feature quickie.
Good video and audio. (The MPEG4 file's audio is in sync.)
I AM SO SORRY BUT THE VOICES DONOT MATCH THE BODIES. SHE HAS HIS VOICE AND HE HAS HER VOICE AND THEY DO NOT MATCH UP. IT;S A LITTLE DISTRACTING. THOUGH, IT WAS A CUTE MOVIE.
Subject: Great Little Comedy
I thoroughly enjoyed this film. There are some very funny scenes and the actors are never boring or too over the top. I agree with the reviewer below; the ending is quite predictable. But it's still a great little film.
Subject: A Bride For Henry
This movie is a classic story line about a boy who loves a girl who doesn't love him.
Guess the ending?
It is obvious but a cute story. And only 58 minutes.
Subject: Screwball Comedy
A plot I have seen many times before. It is silly comedy of wealthy physically attractive adults using marriage and jealousy as mere tools in the game of "love." A pleasant way to waste an hour. No deep meaning or emotion and scenes move at a brisk pace.